Qjimbo is a longtime member of Sonic Retro, and has been on the forum since it was run by Simon Wai in 2003. Being a prominent face in the forum for so long, he was involved in many conflicts, as well as positive steps forward in the scene; regardless, he is generally considered one of the most respected members of Sonic Retro, and gets along with many other members without too much trouble.
Qjimbo is rather upbeat, often cracking jokes all in the name of a good laugh. In addition, he is a skilled web developer, sometimes referred to as a "PHP Ninja."
Qjimbo discovered the Sonic scene in 1999, after coming across MIDI files of music from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. These midi files prompted him to type in "Sonic fan site" in Google, and the top result at the time was the Sonic Stuff Research Group.
He became intrigued by secrets sites such as Area 51 and the Pelord-ran SWS2B, however he rarely, if ever, posted on message boards. It was in late 2000 that he started his own site, at the time known Hill Top Zone. He was a frequent reader of Area 51's forum though, and distinctly remembers when ICEknight posted a Hill Top Zone savestate with IceCap Zone's palette applied.
His first post was on the Sonic 2 Beta Anyboard, on the 27th February 2001, qualifying him for Oldbie status on the Retro forums.
After the fall of SSRG in early 2003, Qjimbo set about integrating the old content from Area 51 into his own Sonic Research Zone, so that the information wouldn't be lost, and by 2004, the site had reached the design that it still has today.
However, Qjimbo became better known simply for his posts on SWS2B, S2B and Sonic Retro. Over the course of the years, he released a few utilities, such as a S2B to S2F music porter, then one of his most famous, the Sonic 2 MP3 Tool, which allowed people to create custom soundtracks for Sonic 2 while using a particular version of Gens or Gens+ (since it worked using RAM hacking like a Trainer).
Qjimbo's next publicity exposure would be in March 2006, when he posted his Michael Jackson's Sonic 3 video on YouTube (link), a documentary that analyzed similar music tracks that Michael Jackson released, and tracks in Sonic 3, after hxc revealed that Michael Jackson was originally commissioned to do the work. This documentary spread far and wide, appearing on many video game news sites, and even got its own YTMND page.
His last Sonic-related project was in 2010, when he released a Red Letter Media inspired review of Sonic Adventure.
So many people... voice, Shade, SGR and Quickman are probably the best friends I've made through the Sonic community. But also hi to Mad Echidna, Nayr, drx, Cinossu, Wetflame, Syren and LOst. Sorry if I missed anyone!